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Crop residue recycling for economic and environmental sustainability: The case of India
Abstract India is one of the key producers of food grain, oilseed, sugarcane and other agricultural products. Agricultural crops generate considerable amounts of leftover residues, with increases inExpand
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Sexuality, Obscenity, Community ; Women Muslims and the Hindu Public in Colonial India
INTRODUCTION Women, Caste, Class and Hindu Communalism REDEFINING OBSCENITY AND AESTHETICS IN PRINT Colonial Perceptions of Obscenity 'Obscenity' in Hindi Literature Indigenous Elite and LiteraryExpand
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EVALUATION OF EGG QUALITY OF CROSSBRED CHICKENS REARED UNDER BACKYARD FARMING IN TARAI AREAS OF UTTARANCHAL
A study was undertaken for evaluation of egg quality traits in Kadaknath (K) x Brown Cornish (BC), Aseel (A) x BC, A x Rhode Island Red (RIR) and K x RIR crossbred chickens under backyard poultryExpand
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Immigrants and organ sharing: a one-way street.
  • C. Gupta
  • Medicine
  • The virtual mentor : VM
  • 1 April 2008
Unclear regulations and informal data gathering on immigrants who receive or donate organs can cause mistrust and suspicion of the organ allocation system and affect donation rates. Virtual Mentor isExpand
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Rethinking South Asian Diaspora Studies
Migration has taken on a ubiquitous quality as we appear to inhabit a world in which large numbers of people are on the move and have contingent locations. Consequently, national boundaries haveExpand
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Feminine, criminal or manly?
This article places the Dalit male body at its centre, and in the process disturbs the idea of masculinity in colonial India. It argues that ways in which caste, Dalit identities and masculinityExpand
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Bonded Bodies
This article is about the tragic journeys and livelihood insecurities of coastal fisherfolk of India and Sri Lanka, who are arrested and jailed by these countries for having entered each other'sExpand
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(MIS) Representing the Dalit Woman: Reification of Caste and Gender Stereotypes in the Hindi Didactic Literature of Colonial India
This paper explores the complex social and literary narratives that functioned in the name of the Dalit woman in late colonial north India. It does so by scrutinizing a literary genre of the period,Expand
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